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Blush of Fruit


In a modest three-story home located in the beachside town of Nha Trang in central Vietnam reside four young expectant mothers. These runaways are given shelter, but in return, they must care for the centre’s 18 orphaned children. The home’s owner, Tong Phuoc Phuc, has been praised for his work as an anti-abortionist and a saviour to ‘fallen’ women and their unwanted children. Referred to as a ‘business’ by the mothers and their local community, donations continue to pour in, despite evidence of child abuse and profiteering.

Festival Participation

  • International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam - 2012
  • Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - 2013
  • Adelaide Film Festival - 2013
    Flinders University Documentary Award
  • International Documentary Film Festival of Mexico - 2013
  • The Norwegian Documentary Film Festival - 2013

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